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professor. they expressed frustrations about her absense, and are continuing to fight on her behalf, even after two months. state college are upset after tenured psychology years of instruction, was removed from campus in mid semeer this not many are sure why, students only aware that she spoke her they had a professor just before midterms. students are now protesting and rallying in her ort. excess of 150 - 200 letters, emails, faxes grinding into office heading over trustees. now i saw students suggesting they want to write committee at the unicameral. they're just trying to get somebody's attention because they feel this was such an injustice" says dr. mark leeper, professor at wayne state college. students say not on campus is a loss. a loss of knowledge, a loss of a mentor, and and friend.
at six, we'll hear more reaction from students express why they want this professor back on campus. reporting live in studio... elisa raffa abc 9 news. tim: we are learning new details about the husband and wife killers this morning -- seeing a new picture of them -- and hearing his voice for the first time.. this as the communitin san bernadino mourns and tries to get back to ordinary life. abc's lauren lyster is in san bernadino with the latest " trudy raymundo, director, san bernardino county department of public health: "we are strong. we are a family." county workers emotional today? " we held each other and we protected each other through this horrific event." they're trying to resume a normal work day after the unimaginable horror their cocoeagues suffered. the fbi revealing new details today about the shooters sot david bowdich/fbi both subjects were radicalized and have been for quite some
counted among the survivors...the 6- month old daughter of shooting suspects syed farook and tashfeen malik. farook's sister, seen here walking out of juvenile court this morning --is trying to get custody. saira farhan farouk, syed farook's sister sot now, us agents around the world are trying to track the backgrounds and contacts of the killers. nats phone: beep! syed farook is not available. farook's voice heard in this recorded message. the paib, seen here in this new photo obtained by abc news...aiving for the first time in the u-s as a newly married couple in july 2014 the investigation over the weekend, leading to the home of enrique marquez, who lived next door to farook as they neighbor: they were very close - of anybody in this enrique was the closesto syed. in 2011 and 2012, marquez bought the assault rifles that the hands of shooters - used in the attack. tag - abc news has learned marquez
today by the fbi in connection w wh the terror a aack. he was unavailable over the weekend while being evaluated for an unspecified health care issue. lauren lyster, abc news, san bernadino. " tim: while officials have no concrete proof that last week's attack were linked to islamic terrorism, president obama addressed the threat it posed this weekend on national television. for the third time in his presidencnc obama deliverere the message from the oval office during a prime time address. during the speech, president obama vowed to destroy isis. his goal was to calm fears but his message only riled up the republicans who want to replace him. appearing on good morning america, dr. ben carson took issue with how president obama describes the terrorists. " the american people are frustrated, and the reason that they're frustrated is cause, you know, we won't even use the words "islamic terrorists."" president obama urged americans not to demonize
saying ameri muslims are our neighbors, our co- workers, our sports heroes and members of our military tim: meanwhile, the national conversation has also turned to how to protect yourself in massshootiti situations. iowa's governor terry branstad weighed in on that today-- saying specifically he wouldn't support arming iowa teachers with guns to protect schools. ""i'm satisfied with the laws we have in iowa. i'm not advocating any changes and i don't want to divide people on a partisan basis on an issue that people have real strong convictions on." " iowa schools are currently gun- free zones, by iowa law. branstad told us today he thinks the policy should stay in place. governor announcedtoday that he will be period for medicaid provids to reimbursement
medicaid providers, whether in- network or out- of-network for the partner insurance plans, to receive 100 percent reimbursement for services provided until april 1, 2016. today's extension is intended to give patients peace of mind that they can continue seeing their providers. the measure also gives providers additional time within the safe harbor to contract with a partner plan. tim: south dakota'schief lawyer and law enforcement officer says he doesn't plan to seek felony indictments over daily fantasy sports wagering without a clear directive from the legislature. attorneyeneral marty jackley said monday his decision is in part based on uncertainty over whether the contests constitute illegal gambling under state law. daily fantasy has gained popularity after both boston-based draftkings and new york-based fanduel unleashed a flurry o oon-air, online and billboard ads promoting the
orts fans. tim: one person has died after a one vehicle crash in cherokee county over the weekend. according to the iowa state patrol, a head on collision occured just north of larrabee iowa authorities say a car driven by 19- year-old kaliegh jones of cherokee struck a truck driven b b43- year-old shannon manwarreof primghar. jones died as a result of that crash. manwarren and two passengers in her vehicle were injured and transported to cherokee regional medical center. an investigation into the crash is ongoing... tim: earlier today the sioux city pool committee reviewed their plans after getting public input on theirir pool recommendation. the committe is looking at moving rward with a plan that would include closing two sioux city pools. the park and rec's board will look at it on wednesdayand council review is tentatively set for january 4th.
the park board was at the public input meeting. so we're gonna present the recommendadaon as written n d then we are gonna review it. we're gonna let citizens react, provide more public input and then the park board will take action one way or another." current plan is to replace cook and leeds pools with splashpads after the 2016 season, riverside will remain unchanged, leif erickson will will remain operational for as long as possible then replaced by a splashpad, and after the construction of an aquatic center in morningside lewis pool would close tim: today marks the 74th anniversary of the attack on pearl harbor and in honor of that, a very special ceremony was held in des moines the event was held at the pearl rbor memorial on the capital grounds. only 4 iowans who survived that fatefufuevent are still alive today,
able to attend today. clarence pfunderfeller was aboard the uss pennsylvania when it was bombed that day. the organizers of the event say it's important to meet with veterans who experienced these historical events while we still have the opportunity to do so. " cliff corson amvets post 2 commander "once we lose these ople, we lose those stories. and, once you lose those storieie then how cacawe teach the younger generation that, no only do we have to find a better way to solve problems, but to teach them about what the military and our veterans actually have gone through ." the event was put on by the iowa chapter of the sons and daughters of pearl harbor survivors. tim: the iowa wkeyes will soso be seeing a sea ofofellow. this aftftnoon, hy-vee, inc.delivered over 4000 yellow roses to the hawkeyes to cgratulate head coach kirk ferentz and his team on their recent rose bowl selection. more than 20 hy- vee employees
delivery. the effort was headed up by floral manager laurel hollopeter, who has helped create several rose bowl floats and who will be traveling g is year to pasadena, calif., to work on a float. it took 5 delivery vans to carry the 4,300 yellow roses to the center this afternoon. after delivery, the employeesset up the floral arrangements throughout the building's atrium, staircases and trophy display area still to come... more women than ever are beating breast cancer eses days and doctors say that how women take care of themselves after cancer treatments can be just as important. fred: (fred) melting snow will continue as we see 50s for highs this week. but will there be any new snow next week? your forecast is next.
those numbers are well above normal! 52 is our
temperature in sioux city. local temperatures range from the 30s northeast to the 50s light winds, wind close to the air satellite and radar moving in from the west. this trend will continue overnight. the stormcast hd shows increasing clouds tonight, then mostly cloudy skies and possibly a few sprinkles tomorrow. we'll return to sunshine wednesday and thursday. tonight, we can expect increasing clouds and a quiet night with a low of 29. tomojrow, expect mostly cloudy skies and a few sprinkles. the high will be 52, so very warm again! the 7-day forecast shows 50s through friday. highs will slip to the 40s over the weekend and into next monday. that ather will melt
this map, showing snow cover from december 2 (last wednesday). now look at this map, showing snow cover today. we've lost a lot of snow! tomorrow's ask fred prize is 4 tickets to q102's birthday bash feuring echosmith and andy grammer! fred: skycam hd from t t ho chunk centrtrin sioux city. 53 was the high today after the loof 30. both of those numbers are well above normal! 52 is our temperature in sioux city. local temperatures range from the 30s northeast to the 50s southwest! with light winds, wind chills are very temperatures. the shows clouds wewe. this trend will the stormcast hd shows increasing clouds tonight, then mostly cloudy skies
sprinkles tomorrow. we'll return to sunshine wednesday and thursday. tonight, we can expect increasing clouds and a quiet ninit with a low of 29. tomomoow, expect mososy cloudy skies and a few sprinkles. the high will be 52, so very warm again! the 7-day forecast shows 50s through friday. highs will slip to the 40s over the weekend and into next monday. that weather will melt snow. in fact, look at this map, showing snow cover from december 2 (last wednesday). now look at this map, showing snow cover today. we've lost a lot of snow! tomorrow's ask fred prize is 4 tickets to q102's birlhday bash featuring echosmith and andy grammer! fred:
(tim) thanks, fred. (fred) you bet. tim: more women than ever before are surviving breast cancer and experts say that there's a growing focus on how women are taking care of themselves after treatment. with more...herere abc news senior medical contributor dr. timothy johnhnn. " the pink ribbons are doing their job. more mammograms? and advances in treatment? mean nine in ten diagnosed with breast cancer survive at least five years? and an estimated 3.1 million breast cancer survivors live in the united states alone. as more women defeat this disease, a new challenge? living better after chemotherapy, radiation and surgery. now, for the first time? ? e american cancererociety and the american society of clinical oncology convening an expert panel of doctors? to help address the
they calbreast cancer survivorship guidelines. these guidelines addressing symptoms like anxiety and depression, chemo brain and cancer- related pain? telling survivors and their doctors how best to manage their lives after their treatments. for women who have beaten breast cancer? it's a message that says -- don't just survive -- thrive message that says -- don't just survive -- thrive . " tim: after the break, the chicago police department is now the focus of an investigation by the us department of justice after reports of abuse deaths. we'll haha the details whenwe come back.
launched into the department and practices. this announcement department of growing outrage in a city.. where dash cam videos separate police- involved shootings are and in one case.. recently released documents reveal an apparent discrepancnc between the police reports and what's on the tape. abc's izabeth hur reports. " liz intro: this is just the latest fallout from the shooting death of 17-year-old laquan mcdonald.. where there is now more anger from the community after police reports from the night of that shooting do not appear to match up with the dash cam video.. liz pkg: lorretta lynch, us attorney general "the department of stice has opened an investigation into whether the chicago police department has engaged in a
of violations of the constitution or federal law." u-s attorney general loretta lynch.. confirming an investigation into chicago's policing polies.. its use of force and accountability.. lorretta lynch, us attorney general "such as its disciplinary actions and its handling of allegations of misconduct." ((nats)) the news coming on the heels of more protests over the weekend following the release of police reports.. that seem to contradict what this dash cam video shows from the night.. laquan mcdonald was shot and killed.. officecejason van dyke.. charged with murder after prosecutors say y shot mcdonald 16 times in 15 sends.. claims in the report.. that after ordering mcdonald to drop his knife.. the teen continued to..
video shows mcdonald walking away.. van dyke went onto report that.. mcdonald got within "10 to 15 feet of him".. so the officer claims he acted "in defense of his life".. the video then shows mcdonald on the ground. ((nats)) "responding to shots fired.. 10-4." also today.. authorities in chicago.. released this dash cam video of another deadly police-involved shooting from last october.. but announced they determined this shooting w w justified.. calling
the federara review.. welcome news. anita alvarez: "anything that we can do to improve police relations with the public, to build confidence in our communities that the police officers are out there doing their job and doing it correctly, i welcome that." on-cam tag: chicago mayor rahm emanuel says he also welcomes the federal investigation.. stating the mutual al here it to create a stronger, better police department in the city. eh, abc news, ny" after the break...we'll have about a great event coming up at east high school.
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december 1 1h cost: $22 per person beneficiary (if applicable): east high school choirs website or contact phone number to air on tv: (712) 203-8960 for tickets name of person to appear in live interview: h hter milner, east h hh chamber choir thanks, please fill out and email to andy at email@example.com one week before your scheduled interview. event name: ehs madrigal feast event location: sunnybrook church, 5601 sunnybrook dr, sioux city, ia 51111 event date(s) ) time(s): 7pm - frid, december 11th & saturday, december 12th cost: $22 per person
applicable): east high school choirs website or contact phone number to air on tv: (712) 203-8960 for tickets name of person to appear in live interview: hunter milner, east high chamber choir thanks, please fill out and email to andy at firstname.lastname@example.org one week before your scheduled interview. event name: ehs madrigal feast event location: sunnybrook church, 5601 sunnybrook dr, sioux city, ia 51106 event date(s) & time(s): 7pm - friday, december 11th & saturday, december 12th cost: $22 per person beneficiary (if applicable): east high school choirs website or contact phone number to air on tv: (712) 203-8960 for tickets name of person to appear in live interview: hunter milner, east high chamber choir thanks,